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Why did Saul want to kill David in the first place? God's chosen king Hebrew bible After reading Joshua 15 I was really surprised. How could god give such horrific orders such as " destroy everything they have." Not only that but god was upset that he did not kill all the livestock. Saul let a few things live but was pretty merciless and god was upset and regretful. Why could god not do his own dirty work instead of putting blood on other men's hands? It seems funny that many could worship this merciless angry and spiteful god that they did. My second question I came across was in Joshua 24. Why did Saul want to kill David in the first place? God's chosen king seemed to be an angry man to get three hundred or so troops to go hunt a man down.

He already wiped out an entire group of people why did he stop at David? I just don't understand that rational of these people and god's either in the bible. seemed to be an angry man to get three hundred or so troops to go hunt a man down. He already wiped out an entire group of people why did he stop at David? I just don't understand that rational of these people and god's either in the bible. p of people why did he stop at David? I just don't understand that rational of these people and god's either in the bible. upset that he did not kill all the livestock.

Saul let a few things live but was pretty merciless and god was upset and regretful. Why could god not do his own dirty work instead of putting blood on other men's hands? It seems funny that many could worship this merciless angry and spiteful god that they did. My second question I came across was in Joshua 24. Why did Saul want to kill David in the first place? God's chosen king seemed to be an angry man to get three hundred or so troops to go hunt a man down. He already wiped out an entire group of people why did he stop at David? I just don't understand that rational of these people and god's either in the bible.

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